Thursday, September 20, 2018 at 5:30:00 PM NAIC 1100 Walnut, Kansas City, MO

Join us for our September meeting to connect with your fellow quality-minded individuals and get the scoop on some big changes happening with the group!

In this Meetup we'll be diving into the details of big changes coming to the group and what exciting new possibilities that will bring to the community. We'll also have a short presentation on exploring parsing and validating web pages headlessly with an introduction to a Java library, JSoup with some examples.

Big News!

We're joining up with the Ministry of Testing the premier global community for those interested in software quality, and contribute to the advancement of the software testing craft!

We'll go over some of the changes and what this brings to our local community!


There are just cases when Selenium WebDriver is not the best option for creating test scripts. So, in this demonstration we'll example a popular HTML parsing library, JSoup for tasks not best suited for installing a browser and a running WebDriver.

These are estimates, the live event is a rogue stallion that cannot be harnessed by an exact schedule so just a heads up.

- Meet and greet, refreshments
- Introductions
- Sponsors and Announcements
- Demo and Workshop
- Next time on MoT KC Meetup
- Quiz & Prizes

There will be food, refreshments and maybe even prizes, so don't miss it!

What to bring
- yourself
- maybe a companion
- a laptop, notebook, device to take notes
- positive attitude

More details will be posted closer to the Meetup date!

This event is on the 4th floor of the Town Pavilion building at 11th and Walnut. Please use the Walnut entrance. Click here for event

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